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Dec 2
Celebration of Resistance / Celebración de Resistencia
SEIU Local 49, 3536 SE 26th

A Celebration of Resistance & Resilience
Una Celebración de Resistencia y Adaptabilidad

A Party Honoring 25 Years of Organizing for Justice in Rural Oregon!
Saturday, December 2nd from 6-10pm
SEIU 49 * 3536 SE 26th Ave, Portland, OR

Una Fiesta Honrando 25 años de Organización por la Justicia en Oregon Rural!
Sábado, 2 de Diciembre de 6-10pm
SEIU 49 - 3536 SE 26th Ave, Portland, OR

Attendees are asked to purchase a ticket at an amount that is meaningful to you, ranging between $15-$40. Tickets also offered through scholarship or for one volunteer shift. We do not want ticket price to be a barrier to participation in the celebration. We will be cutting off ticket purchases at 150 people, so reserve your ticket early! Reserve your ticket online, by calling 541-799-6136 or email

Participantes pueden comprar boletos y pagar la cantidad de acuerdo a tu bolsillo, entre $15 a $40. Otras maneras de obtener un boleto es a travez de una beca o servicio voluntario. No queremos que el precio del boleto sea una barrera para que participes en la celebración. Venderemos solo 150 boletos, así que reserva tu boleto pronto! Reservaciones en linea aquí, llamando al 541-802-6003 o escríbele a

For a quarter of a century, ROP has been connecting small town leaders across Oregon to build a rural movement for justice, democracy and human dignity. Today there are over 60 groups across rural Oregon, organizing on the frontlines toward a community where everyone feels welcome and safe, where human dignity is respected, and where true democracy thrives.

Por un cuarto de siglo, ROP ha estado conectando lideres en pueblos y zonas rurales por todo Oregon, creando un movimiento rural para la justicia, democracia, y la dignidad humana. Hoy, ROP esta compuesto por mas de 60 grupos en Oregon rural, organizando en primera fila para que nuestras comunidades sean seguras y hospitalarias para cada persona, donde la dignidad humana es respetada y la verdadera democracia prospere.

This event will be a joyful celebration honoring where we have come from, where we are going and the incredible rural leaders who so boldly carry the work forward! Come meet some of rural Oregon’s impactful organizers and join us for a shindig in celebration of the rural values of justice, resiliency and community. ROP will provide finger foods and drinks, a pie auction and, of course, a dance party!

Este evento será una celebración honrando nuestras raíces, a donde nos dirigimos, y a increíbles lideres rurales quienes valerosamente llevan el trabajo hacia adelante! Ven a conocer a algunos de lxs organizadores con mas impacto en Oregon y acompáñanos a celebrar los valores rurales de justicia, adaptabilidad y comunidad. Vamos a tener botanas, subasta de tartas, y baile con música en vivo!

Dec 1
We the Dreamers: An Art Show to Defend DACA
through Ecotrust, 721 NW 9th

On September 5th, 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the end of the DACA program, affecting 800,000 people and making them vulnerable to deportation.

We the Dreamers will feature:

of DACA recipients and their stories by Heldáy de la Cruz

artwork by: Strange Dreams Art Collective
goodies from: local organizations + businesses

with Letra Chueca Press

DJ Suavecito
+ Special Guest

Drinks, tasty food, posters for sale, and a really good time

*Proceeds will go to organizations leading the fight to defend DACA / Immigrant Rights

Love you all, Heldáy

Nov 28
Give Back to the Gorge
Patagonia Portland, 1106 W Burnside

Join 1% for the Planet at Patagonia Portland in Portland, Oregon to give back to nonprofit partner Friends of the Columbia Gorge by shopping for stocking stuffers by local business members including Alima Pure, bambu, Earthwell, Goodwell + Co., Mountain Mel's Essential Goods, Portland Design Works, Rumpl, Toast, Trail Butter & VAVA Lingerie!

Meet the people behind the brands, hear updates on Columbia Gorge fire restoration efforts, and recharge with delicious bites and beverages from local business members Brew Dr. Kombucha, Hopworks Urban Brewery, Moberi & Patagonia Provisions.

Bring your friends and stop by to #purchasefortheplanet this holiday season and give back on Giving Tuesday, while meeting local members of the 1% for the Planet movement and learning more about how #PDXgivesback:

Photo by 1% for the Planet member Scott Kranz Photography


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Apr 20
Queer Folk Night: Earth Day Edition
Crush Bar, 1400 SE Morrison St

Crush Bar will host Queer Folk Night on 4/20. This night of music will feature local queer musicians Tess & Linus, Vicente Elisheva, and Camille Rose. $5-10 suggested donation at the door. No one turned away for lack of funds. 25% of proceeds from the door will benefit the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Door 6:30 pm.

7-8: Tess & Linus 8-9: Vicente Elisheva 9-10: Camille Rose

Apr 24
Clinton Street Resistance: Beetlejuice for Sisters Of The Road
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton Website
Apr 27
SARC 40th Anniversary Fundraiser
Ecotrust, 721 NW 9th

Join us at this annual fundraiser to help support the continuation of services. It's SARC's 40th Anniversary this year and we need you now, more than ever.

We have a great evening planned at the historic Ecotrust building with Moody Little Sister performing and DJ Mr. Mumu (Tilt, Valentines) to get you in the mood to donate!

We need you, your friends & colleagues, and family to show up, have a good time while doing good for your community and win some great prizes as you donate funds to SARC. This event is free for all to attend, snacks and drinks provided!

Stay tuned for auction and raffle details.

Apr 28
Juno 10th Anniversary - Planned Parenthood Fundraiser
Mission Theater

When precocious teen Juno MacGuff (Ellen Page) becomes pregnant, she chooses a failed rock star and his wife (Jennifer Garner) to adopt her unborn child. Complications occur when Mark, the prospective father, begins viewing Juno as more than just the mother of his future child, putting both his marriage and the adoption in jeopardy. Catch it on the Big Screen at the Mission Monday, April 24th 8:30pm Tuesday, April 25th 5:30pm Wednesday, April 26th 5:45pm Friday, April 28th 9:00pm- Portion of tickets sold will be donated to Planned Parenthood Saturday, April 29th 8:30pm Portion of tickets sold will be donated to Planned Parenthood

May 6
Rocky Horror Picture Show - Benefit for Sisters of the Road
through Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton

Join the Clinton Street Cabaret, Portland's oldest, best, and only Rocky Horror Picture Show shadow cast, for two nights of absolute pleasure in support of Sisters Of The Road Café! We will be supporting the Café on our April 29th and May 6th shows.

Experience the midnight show in all its splendor, complete with audience participation, callbacks, and the Clinton Street Theater live shadowcast, the Clinton Street Cabaret!

We will be asking for donations at the door, and all proceeds from prop bag sales will go to Sisters of the Road Café. Strap on your fishnets for a great cause!

Sisters Of The Road is a nonprofit Cafe in Portland’s Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood working to create systemic change that will end poverty and homelessness by providing nourishing meals in a safe, dignified space.

Since 1979 the Café has been a fixture in the community advocating for non-violent social justice and change. Sisters Of The Road exists to build authentic relationships and alleviate the hunger of isolation in an atmosphere of nonviolence and gentle personalism that nurtures the whole individual, while seeking systemic solutions that reach the roots of homelessness and poverty to end them forever.

The Clinton Street Theater, home to the longest running weekly showing of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" in the world, has been thrilling, chilling, and fulfilling the Portland community since 1978.

Doors open at 11:30 PM Tickets are $8 Prop bags available for purchase (all sales go to Sisters Of The Road Cafe)

May 27
Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco speak in Portland
Aladdin Theater

Stop Fascism: Chris Hedges & Joe Sacco Talk About Resistance. A benefit for KBOO Community Radio. $20/ticket

Pulitzer Prize–winner Chris Hedges and Portland-based award-winning cartoonist and journalist Joe Sacco set out to take a look at the sacrifice zones — areas in America that have been offered up for exploitation in the name of profit, progress, and technological advancement. The story of that journey became the book “Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt”, a critically-acclaimed union of graphic novel and searing indictment of global capitalism’s effect in places like Camden, New Jersey; West Virginia; Pine Ridge, North Dakota; Immokalee, Florida; and New York.

The portrait of misery, painted from post-industrial America and published in 2014, has not changed. Or has it? And how?

Join Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco as they discuss the mechanisms for resistance that exist and explore the current state of revolt in the United States.

KBOO Community Radio is proud to host this important discussion. This exclusive, one time only event is a benefit for KBOO Community Radio, and all proceeds go to one of the region’s longest running independent media outlets.

Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, Princeton University professor, author, and activist, as well as a columnist for the news and commentary website Truthdig. He also hosts a weekly interview show called ‘On Contact,’ which airs “dissident voices” currently missing from the mainstream media. He has written 11 books, including “Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt,” (2015) and the New York Times bestseller “Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt” (2012), which he co-authored with Portland-based comics journalist Joe Sacco.

Joe Sacco was born in Malta, and lives in Portland, OR, where he makes his living as a comics journalist. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism. His comic book, “Palestine”, won an American Book Award in 1996, and his graphic novel, “Safe Area: Goradze”, about his time in Bosnia, won the Will Eisener Award for Best Original Graphic Novel in 2001. Sacco’s most recent major work is a book about the southern Gaza Strip, Footnotes in Gaza, was published in early 2010; it received the 2010 Ridenhour Book Prize.

KBOO Community Radio serves communities through our free broadcast training programs — including the Youth Collective: a youth mentorship program, media co-sponsorships for grassroots groups, local citizen-produced news, live in-studio music program, remote broadcasts from community events, and more.

KBOO has served the Willamette Valley and Columbia Gorge since 1968. We broadcast live 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on 90.7 FM Portland, 104.3 FM Corvallis, 91.9 FM Hood River, and worldwide at

May 28
Silent Auction 2 (electric boogaloo) to benefit ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center
Mad Hanna

Bid on donated items from local businesses and community artists!

Proceeds to benefit the ACLU ( and the SPLC (

May 30
Store to Door PDX Dine Out Fundraiser 2017
Portland, Oregon

You can help Store to Door provide nourishment and companionship to home-bound seniors and people with disabilities. Simply dine out at any of the great restaurants listed below on Tuesday, May 30th!

Our restaurant partners will donate 10% of the day's sales to Store to Door. It's a great reason to have a night out or lunch date with friends and family!

So far, our amazing restaurant partners include:

  • 87th and Meatballs, 8737 N Lombard St, Portland, OR 97203

  • Big Kahuna's BBQ & Catering, 7123 N Lombard St, Portland, OR 97203

  • Cafe Yumm!, 301 SW Morrison St, Portland, OR 97204

  • Dove Vivi Pizza, 2727 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97232

  • KIVA - Cafe & Spa, 1533 NW 24th Ave, Portland, OR 97210

  • MOD Pizza, 204 SW Yamhill St, Portland, OR 97204

  • Ox Restaurant, 2225 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Portland, OR 97212

  • Pieology Pizzeria, 732 SW Yamhill St, Portland, OR, 97205

  • Rocio's, 2850 SE Gladstone St, Portland, OR 97202

...Stay tuned for more!

We hope to see you at one of these amazing restaurants!

Jun 10
Drive In - Sleep Out to Put the Brakes on Homelessness in Beaverton! (Family Promise of Beaverton)
through Beaverton Fountain Park

Join Family Promise of Beaverton by Putting the Brakes on Homelessness in Beaverton!

For one night only, come Drive In - Sleep Out with us June 10th at the Beaverton Fountain Park.

You can participate in one of two ways. Commit to spend the night in your car, as a Driver, to raise awareness and money to help end family homelessness in Beaverton. We understand that not everyone is able to sleep in their car overnight, no worries! The second option is to become a Backseat Driver and participate in the event with the option of going home when we turn in for the night.

Please ask friends, family, and others in the community to pledge a flat amount to support you, the Driver, and Family Promise of Beaverton. Drivers can have passengers come along for the ride and help raise funds too. Register your car for just $25. We encourage Driver's and their team of passengers to raise $100 in pledges, however we'd get really revved up if your car brings in more than that. Prizes will be given for the cars that raise the most money. Food, games, music and a movie in the park will kick your fun into overdrive! Funds raised will go to support Family Promise of Beaverton.

Last year, over 1,600 students in the Beaverton School District were affected by housing instability or found themselves without any shelter at all. Please help families take a U-Turn toward success in an effort to make sure every student has the stability they need.

Family Promise of Beaverton is a Social Services agency in Beaverton, Oregon. "We are a united community helping stabilize and transform children and their families experiencing homelessness in Beaverton."

Jun 27
The Transgender Justice Fundraiser (Basic Rights Oregon)

LOCATION CHANGE: 1735 SE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97214-3500, United States

Over the last few years, Basic Rights Oregon's transgender justice program has won amazing gains for transgender Oregonians, including transgender health care through the Oregon Health Plan, an updated insurance bulletin to prevent discrimination in the health insurance market, and the recent passage of HB 2673A, a bill to streamline the process for transgender Oregonians to update their name and gender on their Oregon birth certificates.

Basic Rights Oregon board members Brook Shelley and Rowan Everard invite transgender community members to a special event to hear more about our transgender justice and racial justice programs and how community members can support them. Also hosting are Diane Hames, Rhodes Perry, and Linda Brown.

Food and beer will be provided. Come meet other community members, hear where our transgender and racial justice programs are headed, and learn how you can support our continuing work! All gifts are appreciated, no matter how large or small.

To register for the event, please visit:

Basic Rights Oregon - Ensuring equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and queer Oregonians by building a broad and inclusive politically powerful movement, shifting public opinion, and achieving policy victories.

Jul 1
Young Democrats of Clark County Annual Fundraising Brunch
Iaff Union Hall Local 452

Join the Young Democrats of Clark County for our annual fundraising brunch! This year, we are excited to have this event catered by the incredible Portland-based Waffle Window. We will also be providing mimosas, in the hope that they will inspire you to join us for our afternoon of walking off the waffles by doorbelling for some of our endorsed candidates!

Young Democrats of Clark County - YDCC is a political organization based in Clark County, WA. Members are Democrats under the age of 36. Get involved!

Jul 4
Help Your Historic Neighborhood Clinton Street Theater

Hi from the quirky Clinton Street Theater, doing our best to keep Portland weird. We have a simple mission--to support and build community through the power of independent film and live events.

We've hit a bit of a rough patch, and we need YOU to get through it. That's why we've started an Indiegogo Campaign. The dollars you contribute might fund a myriad of much needed projects like installing a 35mm changeover system to a retrofitted energy-efficient marquee, but first and foremost, you will help us keep the lights on.

Hi from the quirky Portland Resistance Calendar! We love the Clinton Street and their plucky dedication to both refreshingly fluffy eye-candy and very political films to aid us in the Resistance. Please give to this fundraiser. Please.

Clinton Street Theater The CST... Portland's oldest continuously running independent art house, and home to all Rocky Horror fans.

Portland Resistance Calendar Portland Resistance Calendar is a podcast/blog which covers Portland-area social justice events for the upcoming week. It's updated Friday afternoons.

To submit events, message us, or post the event on

Jul 10
Resistance Series presents National Lampoon's European Vacation
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton

Despite the many adventures they suffered in National Lampoon's Vacation, the Griswold family decides to take another crack at having fun. This time, the doltish clan heads across the Atlantic for a whirlwind vacation after winning a game show. Will the monuments of Europe survive?

Tonight's nonprofit recipient is Voz Workers' Rights Education Project.

VOZ is a worker-led organization that empowers diverse day laborers and immigrants to improve their working condition and protect civil rights through leadership development, organizing, education and economic opportunity.

A 501c3 nonprofit operating the Martin Luther King, Jr. Worker Center, each month Voz connects hundreds of workers with local employers and jobs.

Voz Workers' Rights Education Project (“VOZ”) is a worker-led organization that empowers immigrants and day laborers to gain control over their working conditions through leadership development, organizing, and community education.

Clinton Street Resistance - Every Monday Clinton Street Theater in collaboration with Dot's Cafe, Lucky Horseshoe Lounge, La Moule, Atlas Pizza, Clinton St Pub, Clinton St Theater, People's Food Co-op and Off the Waffle will be showing a free movie with all donations going to support a different weekly non-profit. Your ticket is entered into a raffle so get there before 7 when I pull them. For sponsorship info contact Mike at

Jul 17
Stop Making Sense, a benefit for the 4th Dimension Recovery Center
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton

This special screening is part of the Art House Convergence's national day of celebrating the life of Jonathan Demme. Theaters across the country will join in by screening Demme’s iconic concert film, complete with a special pre-recorded intro and Q&A featuring Demme himself, David Byrne, and Janet Maslin.

STOP MAKING SENSE is considered by many to be the greatest rock concert film EVER!!

J. Hailey writes:

David Byrne walks onto the stage and does a solo "Psycho Killer." Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz join him for two more songs. The crew is busy, still setting up. Then, three more musicians and two back-up singers join the band. Everybody sings, plays, harmonizes, dances, and runs. They change instruments and clothes. Bryne appears in the Big Suit. The backdrop is often black, but sometimes it displays words, images, or children's drawings. The band cooks for 18 songs, the lyrics are clear, the house rocks. In this concert film, the Talking Heads hardly talk, don't stop, and always make sense.

Reserve your seat in advance and make a donation to tonight's nonprofit recipient, 4th Dimension Recovery Center. This community space provides a fun and safe environment for young people in drug and alcohol recovery to take action, build community, gain knowledge, and become empowered.

Clinton St. Resistance Series - shows a free movie each Monday at 7pm. All donations collected at the door go to support a different weekly non-profit

4th Dimension Recovery Center - 4D is a community center that cultivates an environment that young people with drug/alcohol addiction can find recovery. Also, providing recovery mentoring

Jul 20
All Are Welcome: Catalina's Mexican Restaurant - a benefit for Unite Oregon

Catalinas Restaurant has decided to be a proud sponsor of Unite Oregon and pair up for our All Are Welcome Fundraiser. Proceeds from the CHICKEN OR CHEESE/SPINACH ENCHILADAS PLATE will go towards Unite Oregon. The fun takes place on Thursday July 20, 2017, from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM.

All Catalina’s recipes, she learned generations ago from her mother. "When I was a kid I made tortillas, tamales and guacamole by hand,” Catalina says. “We didn't buy nothing, you know!" Growing up in Zacatecas, Catalina mastered the preparation of mole Poblano, lomo adobado, tamales and tacos. Come by for a taste!

Unite Oregon -

Building an intercultural, statewide movement for justice in Oregon

Bag&Baggage's "Romeo & Juliet (Layla & Majnun)", a fundraiser for Defensa de la Dignidad
Hillsboro Civic Center

Defensa de la Dignidad is pleased to invite you to the Thursday, July 20 preview performance of Bag&Baggage's, "Romeo & Juliet (Layla & Majnun)."

The preview night admission is "pay as you will" with 50% of your donation going directly to Defensa de la Dignidad. We hope you will join us in celebrating our launch and in committing to diversity in our community through helping others, on this special night.

If you would like to give more than 50% of your donation to Defensa de la Dignidad, please bring a separate check made out to Common Change (our 501c3 sponsor) with Defensa de la Dignidad in the memo line, and we will have a Defensa volunteer representative collect them at the door. Bag&Baggage is being an extremely generous partner to us, and we appreciate your support of them for this preview performance (and ongoing) as well.

***This is an outdoor performance and seating is not provided. Remember to bring lawn chairs or other comfortable seating. Food and drink are also allowed. No glass please.

Box Office Opens at 6:45 pm Seating Starts at 7:00 pm Pre-Show Discussion at 7:15 pm Show Begins at 7:30

Defensa de la Dignidad - We are raising funds to make legal representation possible, for those in Western Washington County, Oregon, who are facing unjust deportation.

Bag&Baggage Productions is a 501c3, non-profit professional theatre company based in Hillsboro, Oregon, producing 6 shows annually both indoors and out!

Jul 21
All Are Welcome: Mandi House - a benefit for Unite Oregon
Mandi House Restaurant

Mandi House has decided to be a proud sponsor of Unite Oregon and pair up for our All Are Welcome Fundraiser. Proceeds for the the day will go towards Unite Oregon, the date it will be hosted on is Thursday July 21, 2017 from 10:00 AM-9:00 PM.

From the heart of the Arabian Peninsula, Mandi is the traditional Yemeni style of cooking lamb and rice -- underground. Generous, mouth-watering dishes in an airy, family-style setting.

Come visit this local business on North Killingsworth St. While enjoying some spectacular Mediterranean food, you will be helping change the course of history in Oregon!

Unite Oregon -

Building an intercultural, statewide movement for justice in Oregon

Jul 22
No! To Rape Culture Benefit show and Comp Tape Release!
Black Water

No! To Rape Culture presents an all local benefit show and compilation tape release!

Go here to support the digital release of the No! comp:

Proceeds from this event will be donated here:

Squalor - PDX hardcore

Longclaw - Portland's saddest post-hardcore

Losing - Post-hardcore/screamo

Shame - New PDX punk, music coming soon!

And a spoken word performance by Kimberly Becerra

All ages at Black Water bar! Doors at 7 pm. $7. No creeps, no racists, and no! to rape culture!

No. - No! to rape culture / sexism / sexual assault within the Portland, Oregon DIY music communities.

Jul 23
Bystander Intervention Workshop and Don't Shoot Portland fundraiser
Vancouver Community Library

How to be an ally when we encounter threats to others in the community based on race, gender, immigration status, or other factors? How can we reduce danger for the most vulnerable while keeping ourselves and others safe in the moment? In light of recent events in the Portland and Vancouver areas, the answers to these questions have become even more important.

We need skills.

Join us for a hands-on bystander support/intervention training workshop with Don’t Shoot Portland founder Teressa Raiford.

Suggested donation of $5 - $20 to Don't Shoot Portland at the door.

Please register ASAP as there are only 28 spots available. Bystander Intervention Workshop on July 23rd from 2-5 PM.

Please register at:

Don't Shoot Portland- In August 2014 we agreed to take political action and organize at Dawson Park to be in solidarity with the growing response from Ferguson, MO #MikeBrown

Jul 29
Clark County Democrats Annual Dinner & Auction: A New Hope
Pearson Air Museum

Uniting under the theme "A New Hope" the 2017 Dinner and Auction promises to showcase our Democratic beliefs and principles and our determination to hold strong and keep fighting for what makes our Democratic Party and our community great.

Invited guest speakers: Senator Maria Cantwell, US Representative Pramila Jayapal, Governor Jay Inslee, and Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

For ticket information please register online at

Clark County Democrats - Welcome to the official page of the Clark County Democrats which includes the 17th, 18th & 49th and parts of the 14th and 20th Legislative Districts.

Jul 31
Clinton Resistance Series presents Wet Hot American Summer, a benefit for IRCO
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton

The setting is Camp Firewood, the year 1981. It's the last day before everyone goes back to the real world, but there's still a summer's worth of unfinished business to resolve. At the center of the action is camp director Beth, who struggles to keep order while she falls in love with the local astrophysics professor. He is busy trying to save the camp from a deadly piece of NASA's Skylab which is hurtling toward earth. All that, plus: a dangerous waterfall rescue, love triangles, misfits, cool kids, and talking vegetable cans. The questions will all be resolved, of course, at the big talent show at the end of the day.

Tonight's nonprofit recipient is Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization.

Founded in 1976 by refugees for refugees, the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization promotes the integration of refugees, immigrants and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy and inclusive multi-ethnic society.

Aug 1
ROSE Community Development Benefit Night with Portland Pickles
Walker Stadium

ROSE residents, staff and board members will be joining the Portland Pickles Baseball team on Tuesday, August 1st at the Walker Stadium for a night of baseball. Please consider joining us for a great night out in support of an important cause.

The Portland Pickles will donate 50% of the gross ticket proceeds to ROSE. In order for ROSE to benefit, ticket customers must use a special code at the time of purchase. PLEASE NOTE: Tickets purchased without the special code will not apply to the donated funds.

To purchase tickets, follow the instructions below:

  1. Visit the Portland Pickles website.
  2. Select: Portland Pickles vs. Yuba Bears on 8/1 @ 7:05PM
  3. Click on drop down menu and select GROUP PARTY TENT
  4. Enter Promo Code: RCD17
  5. Make sure to click ‘APPLY’ or the code won’t work

All tickets for the 8/1/2017 Portland Pickles baseball game can be purchased in-person at the stadium, online or via phone. Be sure to tell them ROSE sent you. Questions? Email

If you have any questions, please contact

ROSE Community Development - ROSE connects our community to build good homes, healthy families and neighborhood opportunities in outer southeast Portland.

Aug 9
9th Annual Pink Party to benefit Planned Parenthood Portland!
Dig A Pony, 736 SE Grand

The Pink Party is back! This family-friendly happy hour will feature drink specials, the ever-popular photo booth, face painting, raffle prizes, all-ages games and the talents of DJ Moodytwoshoes and DJ Graceless!

The Pink Party is the largest annual fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon's award-winning Multnomah County Leadership & Advocacy Team, which works to keep Oregon the No. 1 state in the nation for reproductive freedom and birth control access. Learn how you can join us at the local level to make a real difference in promoting access to lifesaving, affordable, nonjudgmental health services.

  • WHAT: 9th Annual Pink Party
  • WHEN: 5-8pm Wednesday, August 9th
  • WHERE: Dig a Pony, 736 SE Grand Ave., Portland
  • COST: $5 general admission, $10 VIP admission (includes a limited-edition "Don't F@#^ With Us. Don't F@#^ Without Us" notebook), FREE for kids younger than 10

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization formed as the political arm of Planned Parenthood.

Aug 11
Careoke for Concerned Humans Against Poverty Love Lunches
Orchards Tap, Vancouver

Come join us for "Careoke" to help us raise funds for our Love Lunch program. Twice a week CHAP serves 70 sack Love Lunches throughout the downtown Vancouver area to our homeless neighbors but the need has increased! We want to expand to 3 days a week but need the funds to do it. Sing a song, have some drinks, and pitch in to help us serve some of the communities most vulnerable.

Aug 16
Brown Girl Rise Fundraiser
Church Bar

Join us for an evening in support of Brown Girl Rise!

Brown Girl Rise is a radical sisterhood of girls of color reclaiming their connection to body, community, land, health, and creativity to cultivate a just future where we rise together.

BGR has been fundraising this month with a goal of $4k to support future programming. Come celebrate the end of our indiegogo campaign! Want to support or share this fundraiser now? Go to:

We are going to start the evening off with Kids Karaoke from 4-7pm with Music provided by Huixola from 7-10pm. Palmistry & Platicas with Folk Herbalist, Brijx Letty Chichitonyolotli ($5-$25 sliding scale for a 10 min. personalized heart talk session). Church bar allows minors until 10 PM.

Church will donate 100% of all proceeds to the organization this evening and there will be additional opportunities to learn about and support this emerging, powerful, youth organization!

$5-$10 suggested donation at the door (no one turned away).

Aug 19
The KBOO Book and Record Sale!
Cider Riot, 807 NE Couch

The KBOO Book and Record Sale, at Cider Riot!, is your one-stop shop for rare and funky collectables at bargain-basement prices! All proceeds to go Portland's original community radio station.

Cider Riot! is located at 807 NE Couch St, Portland, OR 97232.

KBOO is getting ready for our Annual Used Book and Record Sale on Saturday, August 19th, noon - 6 pm, at Cider Riot! Not only will there be fabulous books, DVDs, cds, and vinyl to grab at ridiculously low prices, but it will also be a madcap fun community event. Come dig through our stacks and crates, find new-to-you treasures, and grab a cider - all to benefit good radio made for the good our our community!

Aug 23
Latinos Unidos for Change: A fundraiser for Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs
NW Natural

The Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs (OCHA) invites you to join us for the Latinos Unidos for Change fundraiser on August 23, from 5:30 - 7:30pm in the downtown Portland NW Natural roof garden/event space.

Latinos Unidos for Change is an evening of networking, when our community joins with state and business leaders, students, the Governor's office, legislators and special guests to raise awareness of Latino and Hispanic achievements and challenges, honor those who have made a difference in our communities statewide, and raise funds for the leadership development work of the OCHA, including scholarships for student leadership training and other opportunities that grow Latino leadership statewide. The OCHA is a Governor-appointed body tasked with advising state leaders, including the Governor and legislators, on policy issues, matters of importance to Latinos, public policy research and legislative advocacy.

This year's moving keynote speaker is Representative Teresa Alonso León. Representative León will share her inspiring story of barriers broken, hurdles overcome, and thoughts on what it takes to become an empowered leader and elected official.

Former Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul J. De Muniz will join us to introduce OCHA's special honorees, Maria Ramos Underwood and Former Representative Dr. Joseph Gallegos. Maria is a catalyst for change and tenacious leader dedicated to improving the lives of others. Ms. Underwood is the lead fundraiser for La Clinica in Southern Oregon, an active board member, volunteer for the Health Care Coalition of Southern Oregon, Jackson County Emergency Food and Shelter Program and Medford's Family Nurturing Center, and serves the steering committee for SO Health-E, a regional health equity coalition. Dr. Joe Gallegos has dedicated his career to supporting the Latino community by expanding and providing mental health services for over four decades across the U.S. as a Social Worker and as a leader in numerous nonprofits; as faculty member and lecturer at University of Portland and Pacific University, and as elected legislator to the Oregon House of Representatives.

Tickets are $30, students $20 Having difficulty purchasing tickets? Contact Nancy at

Presenting Sponsor: NW Natural

Nonprofit Sponsor: Oregon Latino Health Coalition

See sponsorship opportunities:

Aug 24
NXT LVL Flawless Bingo Happy Hour - Reproductive Equity Edition
Century, 930 SE Sandy

Join us for a special Happy Hour edition of NXT LVL!

Featuring 2 rounds of FLAWLESS BINGO to raise money and awareness for NRO (Network for Reproductive Options) Western States Center's We are BRAVE (Building Reproductive Autonomy and Voices for Equity) PMS (Portland Menstrual Society - tampon drive)

We will also be celebrating the passing of Oregon's Reproductive Health Equity Act' (Oregon House Bill 3391 aka RHEA) by writing THANK YOU postcards via Handwritten Revolution to show support to everyone who put in work to get this bill passed through the House and Senate.

Read more about RHEA here:

Special photo booth! (Renée Lopez - photographer) Special slushy drink and beer specials with proceeds going to NRO and We Are BRAVE! Meet and greet with Flawless Shade (Tajh Jordan) with an extra nice $$$ donation!

PRIZES for BINGO winners provided by:

  • Finger Bang Portland
  • Handwritten Revolution
  • Popina Swimwear
  • Century
  • The Get Down
    • MORE!
  • 21+

  • 6PM-9PM
  • 930 SE SANDY BLVD.

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Illustration by Julio Salgado


Portland Menstrual Society - Our mission is to advocate for free menstrual hygiene resources for all students at Portland State University and to destigmatize periods for all people.

Network for Reproductive Options - Celebrating 10 years of WIN for Oregon women!

Western States Center - We build power among organizations & leaders to challenge & transform individuals, organizations & systems towards racial, gender & economic justice.

Aug 29
Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG)'s Portland Election Watch Happy Hour & Fundraiser
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne

PORTLANDIANS & Oregonians!: Interested in ensuring fair elections in our country? Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) Foundation is launching a groundbreaking, non-partisan Election Watch program and we need your help!

Think voter suppression and erosion of voting rights cannot happen in Oregon? Think again.

Exhibit 1: Oregon Proof of Citizenship to Vote Initiative. Signatures are now being sought to put this on the 2018 ballot. It calls for CLEARING Oregon's Voter Rolls by 2020, at which time anyone wanting to vote MUST register (again), but this time with proof of US citizenship. Let that sink in.

We will be discussing this issue, and other voting issues - as well as the new non-partisan ELECTION WATCH program - on 8/29, 6-8 pm at the Lucky Lab SE. The event is FREE and more info is in the "about" section in this post.

Election Watch will be the first nationwide program to ensure that at least one trained volunteer lawyer is in every county in the U.S. for the purpose of proactively addressing voter suppression BEFORE an election, as opposed to litigating after the damage is done.

Come to the Portland Election Watch #SpiritedVoting HAPPY HOUR & Fundraiser event on 8/29 at the SE location of “Lucky Lab” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. to learn more about the program and help us raise the money we need to get it off the ground. The suggested donation for this event is $20, but feel free to donate MORE, or less. You can donate online here: OR bring cash or a check made out to "Lawyers for Good Government Foundation."

Hope to see you there!

#SpiritedVoting is a fundraising effort to support Election Watch, a project by the Lawyers for Good Government (L4GG) Foundation, which is organized as a nonprofit and is seeking a 501(c)(3) tax-exemption designation. Upon the Foundation's receipt of an exemption determination from the IRS, contributions will be tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Sep 2
Paying It Forward Store & Gilhooligans Street Festival
Gilhooligans Bar and Grill
  • This event is open to the public, and is for all ages.
  • The hours will be from 10 AM to 8 PM.
  • This event is a Street Festival bringing the local community together to have fun, to help raise funds, to help collect lots of coats. The coats will be distributed during the colder season.
  • There is 10 Bands performing. There are over 20 Vendors.
  • All donations, all funds from booth rental goes directly back into Paying It Forward Store. They help folks in our local community that are struggling.

  • Bounce House is $2.00 for 5 minutes.

  • Dunk Tank 4 toss for $2.00

Unlimited Bounce House and unlimited Dunk Tank Throw, a Soda, bag chips and a hot dog for $10.00 for kids under 13.

Paying It Forward store -

We help those who are struggling and that are in need of clothing, shoes, coats, blankets and personal hygiene items. For more information check us out at

Sep 5
Stories & Food: Fundraiser for Tender Table
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison

Join us for an evening of music, stories, and food to raise funds for the 2018 programming of Tender Table!

$10 ($8 w/ EBT, Student ID, Food Handlers Card)

MUSIC Amenta Bodunde Abioto

STORIES & FOOD Andrea Telles Becky Win Blanca S. Villalobos Lilian Dirrebes O May Cat Zeloszelos Marchandt

Tender Table is a storytelling platform featuring women of color and gender nonconforming people of color and their stories about food, family, and identity.

This event is 21+ over.

Tender Table - Tender Table is a storytelling platform featuring women of color and gender nonconforming people of color and their stories about food, family, and identity.

Sep 9
NAMI Party with a Purpose 2017
DoubleTree Hotel Portland

Come Party with a Purpose... Mental Health!

MASSIVE LIVE AUCTION: - South Africa Photo Safari - Disneyland Vacation Package - Keep Portland Weird Excursion ...and much, much more!

BALLOON POP: -All Balloons are chock full of great prizes! -Over $20 in EVERY BALLOON!

EXTRAS: -Dessert Dash -Live Auction with auctioneer Brian Bice -Silent Auction with lot of one-of-a-kind items and packages -Live Entertainment by Emcees Handy Bob & Eric G from KXL’s Around The House

Mental health affects us all, especially our children, and it’s time to end the silence, discrimination, and stigma clouding positive progress. We are galvanized by each other's experiences and have a unified passion for making a difference for those affected by mental health issues in our community...especially our children.

The suicide rate among 12-18 year-olds is rising fast. Support and education are essential to stemming and reversing the tide.

From friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues experiencing mental health conditions in silence to the many living within our houseless communities, mental health impacts us all and cannot be ignored. Only by working together can we find a sustainable solution.

Now is the time to end the silence, stigma, and discrimination clouding mental illness and mental health. Let's make that change and Party with a Purpose together!

The Party with a Purpose Masquerade 2017 is your opportunity to:

  • Support a worthy and timely cause
  • Have fun
  • Take home something unique

Join us for a "winning" evening of fun, laughter, and mental health at the Hilton by Doubletree on September 9th.

#YourStoryMatters#YouAreNotAlone#EndTheStigma#MentalHealthIsMe #IntoMentalHealth#StigmaFree#EndingTheSilence#ActForMentalHealth

That Oregon Life - We love Oregon just as much as you do, and now we all have a free platform to share, explore, restore and work together to preserve the beauty and wonder of Oregon. Join us and our partners in making Oregon a better place to live, learn, and play.

NAMI-Clackamas - NAMI Clackamas County is a grassroots organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with mental illness and those who love them.

Sep 14
Columbia River Mental Health Awards Luncheon & Fundraiser
Hilton Vancouver

Please join us for our sponsored Awards Luncheon featuring Frank King, the Nationally Recognized Comedian, Speaker and Mental Health Activist on Thursday, September 14th. Doors open at 11:30, lunch at noon. To RSVP please visit

Lunch is on us, however space is limited so please RSVP to save your seat and we hope you’ll make a donation to show your support for our Hopes & Dreams Grant Program

Sep 16
The Les Femmes Organization's All White Party
Billy Webb Elks Lodge

This event is an annual fundraiser for the Les Femmes Organization. The proceeds of this fundraiser will assist programming and scholarship to young women 6th - 12th grades who active serve the community. It is an old school, 21 and over and all white dress attire event. Limited tickets will be sold for this event.

Tickets available at the door.

Les Femmes Organization
Organizer of All White Party
The Les Femmes Organization has served youth in the Portland Metropolitian Area since 1951.

Sep 19
Raising the Roof Benefit Breakfast
Hilton Vancouver

Raising the Roof benefit breakfast will be a gathering of 600 diverse community members at the Vancouver Hilton Heritage Ballroom on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. Come together for a free breakfast to celebrate with us and learn more about the mission of Habitat for Humanity and its impact on affordable housing in Clark County. This impressive crowd includes proud Habitat homeowner families, business partners, elected officials, donors and volunteers. Join us to demonstrate your values and investment in this community and support Evergreen Habitat for Humanity.

Program – 7:30am – 8:30 am

Doors open at 6:30am (remember to plan an extra 10-15 minutes of travel time for parking).

We’ll be sure to keep you entertained with live music and plenty of coffee if you can join us early.

As guests enjoy their complimentary morning meal, habitat families will be sharing personal, open, and honest stories about how they have been impacted with permanent, affordable housing. Learn from the parents and children who are new and established Habitat homeowners.

Building Update: McKibbin Commons has been our focus in 2017 – we’ll share a progress report and our plan for the future.

We’ll be inviting the entire audience to contribute to our mission during an important part of our event as well as honoring three entities and/or individuals for exemplary service and action (more details on award winners coming soon).

A powerful, succinct program is top priority and we will conclude our presentation promptly at 8:30am.

Register on our website:

Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
Providing simple, decent, and affordable housing to those in need. Vancouver, WA

Movie Night Fundraiser for Portland Books to Prisoners
Portland Books to Prisoners

Hey everyone!

We are due for another movie night so save the date for the night of September 19th. We are sitll figuring out what film to show, but we'll update this event as soon as possible with the info.

We are trying to do these movie night fundraisers on a monthly basis to raise some much needed $ to help cover postage costs and rental costs. Because of that we'll be asking for a $5 donation from each attendee. If you are unable to attend this movie night, but want to donate you can do so through the "donate" tab on our FB page.

We hope to see you on the 19th!

Sep 24
Benefit Concert for Immigration Counseling Service (ICS)
St. Andrew Catholic Church / Iglesia Catolica San Andres

If you are concerned about the challenges immigrants face in our community, here is an opportunity for you to do something to help - something tangible, positive and fun! Please join us for an upcoming benefit concert for Immigration Counseling Service (ICS) to be held on Sunday, September 24, 2017, from 3:00 to 5:00 PM at the St. Andrew's Community Center. All donations received will directly support the critical work of ICS. Before the event, from 1:30 to 2:30 PM, ICS staff members will provide free information and advice to our immigrant community members seeking legal services, as well as members of the community interested in immigrant rights.

For those who are able, a suggested donation of $20 will be made at the door, but no one will be turned away! Everyone is welcome and all contributions are valued and appreciated, regardless of the amount you can give.

ICS is Oregon’s oldest non-profit legal services organization providing critical assistance to our local community’s immigrants, victims of human trafficking and unaccompanied children, to ensure their legal rights and representation. ICS was founded in 1978 by a longtime community advocate, Margaret Godfrey. Over the years, ICS has provided legal assistance to thousands of individuals in Oregon from over 90 countries around the world. Nearly 40 years later, ICS continues Margaret’s legacy, with a mission of strengthening Oregon’s communities by providing legal assistance to its most vulnerable members.

Still Kickin', a local recreational band that includes two ICS board members - will perform their eclectic mix of folk, blues and rock music. Together for 13 years, this 7-piece band plays cover hits by The Beatles, Peter Paul and Mary, Bonnie Raitt, Alison Kraus, John Haitt, Dolly Parton, John Sebastian, the Everly Brothers, Steve Earle and many more. We guarantee their original interpretations and arrangements will cause your feet to tap and your spirits to lift!

So join us for light refreshments and a good time for a good cause. You'll feel better for it.

To make a donation or find out more, visit and scroll down, or contact us at: Thank you and see you on 9/24!

Immigration Counseling Service (ICS)
Lawyer & Law Firm · Portland, Oregon
Not-for-profit immigration law firm serving Oregon and Southwest Washington. Locations in Hood River and Downtown Portland.
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Sep 26
$40 for 40 Years of Disability Rights Oregon Advocacy
Lagunitas Tap Room, 237 NE Broadway

It’s our 40th anniversary! We couldn’t be prouder of all the progress that we’ve made over the last four decades.

Our work to lift barriers has made it possible for thousands of Oregonians with disabilities to contribute to their workplaces, schools, and communities.

To honor four decades of advocacy, we’re hosting a $40 for 40 event in September to mark our anniversary. The ticket includes dinner from La Bonita, two beers from Lagunitas, pub triva. We will also be doing a 50/50 raffle.

If you can't come out and join us that evening, we've also launched a campaign to engage new supporters who’d like to donate $40. Your support will help to build a foundation for the next 40 years of advocacy and beyond.

Sep 27
Support Abortion Access in Hurricane-Affected Areas!
The Florida Room

Join NRO, CAIR and friends for a special fundraiser benefiting those affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma & Jose

Access to safe abortion is difficult in many parts of the U.S., especially for people of color, low-income individuals, and other folks who experience oppression. Natural disasters like Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Jose only make barriers worse. Not only are people unable to make it to their appointments, but during the hurricanes, many clinics had to close entirely, delaying people's appointments.

That’s why we’re raising money to support abortion access in Texas and Florida. The money collected will go directly to our sister funds in affected areas so that they can provide people with help to get the care they need.

We love how our community stands with us to fund abortion in Oregon and Idaho, and we hope you'll come out to support our friends in the South.

If you can't make it but still want to help- you can donate to us by clicking here:

and writing "hurricane" in the Special Purpose field. Or donate directly to Access Reproductive Care-Southeast, Inc., The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, Central Florida Women's Emergency Fund, Clinic Access Support Network, Fund Texas Choice, Texas Equal Access Fund - TEA Fund, BROWARD WOMEN'S EMERGENCY FUND - BWEF

#nro #networkforreproductiveoptions #thecairproject #abortionaccess #pdxevents #event #charities #fundraiser #socialjustice #portland #oregon

Oct 6
A Celebration to Honor Rep. Mitch Greenlick, a fundraiser for Health Care for All Oregon
Riverside Golf & Country Club

Health Care for All-Oregon invites you to join with us for a very special evening, a "Celebration to Honor Rep. Mitch Greenlick." Come to the Riverside Golf & Country Club for an evening of good food, good drink, and good friends all coming together to celebrate Mitch, a true healthcare hero. The event is a benefit for Health Care for All-Oregon and features celebrity MC Adam Klugman, special guests, and more.

  • 6PM VIP Reception
  • 6PM Cocktails
  • 7PM Dinner
  • Dress code: Business casual.

Is any of my ticket price tax-deductible?

  • YES. You will receive a letter from HCAO acknowledging the tax-deductible portion for your records.

Health Care for All Oregon
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
Health Care for All Oregon is a non-profit organization dedicated to single-payer health care reform in both Oregon and the greater United States.

Oct 7
Portland Out of the Darkness Walk
Veterans Memorial Coliseum


Portland Oregon's Annual Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention:

  • Walk Date: 10/07/2017
  • Walk Location: Veterans Memorial Coliseum - Portland
  • Check In: 9 am
  • Walk Begins: 10 am
  • Walk Ends: 12:30 pm
  • FREE
  • Fundraising is encouraged
  • Pets on a leash are welcome
  • Event is wheelchair friendly

Please click the share button above to invite others on your friends list to attend as well as to share the event link on social media.

Last year, nearly 2,700 beautiful hearts came together in Portland to support one another as we spread awareness, helped save lives and brought HOPE to those affected by suicide.
It was a day like no other.

All proceeds raised will go directly to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to help bring prevention programs, resources and HOPE to our community.

Once you register, personalize your walk pages and share them on social media to help spread the word and raise donations.


Oct 8
Portland Puerto Rico/Mexico fundraiser
Pegasus Project PDX

IAM/WeAreOne x Souls of Satos Rescue x Portland Brown Berets
PDX Puerto Rico x Mexico Relief Fundraiser Event

Sunday October 8th
Music. Art. FoodTrucks
Good Vibes For A Good Cause

$$/ Food Donations
We are looking for Clothing, Water, non perishable Foods, Hygiene, women's hygiene products, Medical supplies, and Dog food



  • Sasquatch23
  • Dump La Roc
  • HeySus
  • Autumn Buck
  • Huevos
  • Rong
  • more TBA

Local Sponsors
Southeast Barber Co. Bar Maven-pdx Dig A Pony The CO2 Company Super Live Audio

Portland Brown Berets
Official page for the Portland National Brown Berets Unit

Sunday Funday for Our House
Crush Bar, 1400 SE Morrison St

Join us for a fun Sunday afternoon in support of HIV/AIDS services in Portland! 15% of sales from Crush Bar and Roost will go to Our House this afternoon.

This happy hour gets even happier hosted by Summer Lynne Seasons, and don't forget to enter the Funday Raffle to win fabulous prizes like a wine tasting at Abbey Creek Vineyard & Winery and a class package at Unfold Yoga Studio! Don't miss out!

Oct 12
Casa's Seeds of Change Fundraiser
Lagunitas Tap Room, 237 NE Broadway

Join Casa for great beer, raffle prizes, and games while you learn more about Casa's programming across the state!

Most people know us for the work we do making partnerships, but there is so much more happening here behind the scenes. From our farm worker roots grew a scholarship program designed for the children of farm worker families. We are also extremely excited to launch our new financial empowerment products through our partnership with Innovative Changes.

Your attendance and contributions will seed new opportunities for the most vulnerable in the state. Whether you are a long-time supporter of Casa, or a new friend, with your help we can change lives together!

Note: Event is 21+

Each ticket includes:
One drink token - Beer, wine, or non-alcoholic
Heavy hors d'oeuvres & dessert
One entry to raffle

*Raffle prize(s) estimate value up to $500. Raffle drawing will occur at the event. Must not be present to win. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Only 5,000 tickets will be sold.

CASA of Oregon
Nonprofit Organization · Sherwood, Oregon
Transforming Lives Across Oregon

Innovative Changes
Loan Service · Portland, Oregon
Working towards financial household stability in Portland and beyond.

Oct 13
Sallo, Indira Valey- Benefit for Pueblo Unido PDX
Cider Riot, 807 NE Couch

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Join us for a night of music and community as we come together to raise funds for the work of Pueblo Unido PDX, a grassroots organization in East Multnomah County. Pueblo Unido's mission is to empower and provide resources to Latinos with vulnerable immigration status.

All proceeds from this event will help pay our clients' legal fees. To make an online donation, visit:

Unase a nosotros para un noche de musica y comunidad mientras recuadamos fondos para Pueblo Unido PDX, una organización de base en el Condado Este de Multnomah. La mision de Pueblo Unido es empoderar y proveer recursos a latinos con estatus migratorio vulnerable.

Todos los fondos que recibimos ayudarán a pagar los costos legales de nuestros clientes. Para hacer donaciones en línea, viste:


Indira Valey (Portland, OR) is an avant garde multi-instrumentalist and performance artist who channels powerful songs that reverberate with the voices of her ancestors and speak directly to modern audiences. Her ancient-sounding, resonant voice is a force of nature, and she utilizes looping technology, effects pedals, and a unique palette of instruments (including flugelhorn, timpani, kalimba, electric guitar) to create mesmerizing and memorable live performances that are ever-changing due to her spontaneous improvisational magic.

Sallo (Portland, OR) has become known for its frenetic live performances, commanding the room with a sonic fury usually only attributed to full blown Rock bands. Unabashedly unique and avant garde, Sallo routinely tests the boundaries of traditional songwriting.

More Performers TBA

Artwork for sale to benefit Pueblo Unido by Dynamic Form Glass and more TBA.

$10 Suggested donation No one turned away 21+

Pueblo Unido PDX
Community Organization
Grassroots organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and advocating for Latino immigrants in East Multnomah County. Una organización de base dedicada a apoyar, educar, y abogar por los inmigrantes latinos del Condado Este de Multnomah.

Oct 14
Planned Parenthood Tattoo Fundraiser
Anatomy Tattoo

We will be hosting a fundraiser for planned parenthood. We will be doing tattoos all day and donating 100% of the proceeds to them. We will have a special set of flash available and we will be doing a raffle as well! More info to follow.

Green Empowerment's Passport to Empowerment fundraiser
The North Warehouse

Green Empowerment is celebrating 20 years of creating positive change for rural communities abroad with Passport to Empowerment 2017! We will be connecting Portland's international development, sustainability, and social justice leaders for an event of reflection on the impact we have made together. It's a 2-part event VIP and "Party". VIP ticket includes ticket to "The Party".

5-8pm: VIP - $100 (includes food & cocktails, live auction, speaker, VIP Tour of projects, and entrance to "The Party")

7:30pm-12am Party - $40 (includes speaker, snacks and beer, fun-filled rooms, Peruvian musical performers, dancers, speaker, and dancing till late).

Passport to Empowerment will showcase our achievements through a visual timeline of significant events since our establishment. We invite members from our sustainability community to reflect on the community-based renewable energy and clean water projects we have successfully completed in developing villages throughout the Phillipines, Peru, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Malaysian Borneo, and Myanmar.

The event begins at 5pm when guests will be offered country specific food and cocktails and later be invited on a VIP tour to hear more in depth stories from our field staff. This portion of the event will be wrapped up with guest speakers and musical entertainment from a local Peruvian band.

Finally, the Party phase of the event will feature live music, a raffle, and performances as we celebrate the positve change we have created together and look forward to the next 20 years!

For more information and to purchase your tickets, please visit:

Thank you to our generous sponsors! KBOO Community Radio XRAY.FM NW Natural Veritas Design Group Sunbridge Solar, LLC Green Hammer

Green Empowerment
Charity Organization · Portland, Oregon
Renewable energy and rural community development organization based in Portland, Oregon.

Oct 15
Fight Fire with Fire: A Benefit for Eagle Creek

Sunday, October 15th
Dante's Sinferno Cabaret Presents
FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE a benefit for
Friends of the Columbia Gorge

Get tickets now:
(free for first responders)

Performances by

  • The Unipiper
  • Zelah Pandemonium
  • and many more...
Oct 16
Kenton Women's Village fundraiser at the Oregon Public House
The Oregon Public House

Join OPH for a special one-day fundraiser for the the Kenton Women's Village!

KWV provides sleeping pods and services to help female-identified folks transitioning out of homelessness.

A percentage of all pub sales on this day will be donated to the Village.

In kind donations accepted:

The project is a collaboration between the City of Portland, the Joint Office of Homeless Services (JOHS), Catholic Charities (CC) and the Village Coalition (VC). Allied community partners include Portland State University’s Center for Public Interest Design (CPID), City Repair, the KNA and Kenton Business Association (KBA).

Ippai pop-up! "Curry for a Cause" for Puerto Rico and NxtLvl
Milk Glass Mrkt

Hey!!! "Curry for Cause" is back! Next, Monday, OCT 16th from 6pm-9pm @milkglassmrkt .... In lieu of ticketed dinner this month, I'll be doing a Japanese curry pop-up for everyone to come join! NO TICKETS NECESSARY...just walk-in! We will be raising money for @directrelief and @wckitchen that are helping with immediate relief to those affected by Hurricane Maria and Irma in Puerto Rico. A portion of the proceeds will also go to local non-profit @nxtlvlpdx In addition, @portlandmenstrualsociety will be doing a tampon drive for victims of Irma so please bring any new and unopened boxes to the event. PLEASE BRING CASH as credit card fees mean less money to the organizations. Come early because when the food is gone, it's gone! THANKS!!!!


  • Japanese Veggie Curry (sorry, not vegan or GF) with 6 min egg and pickles $10
  • Cabbage salad with creamy miso sesame dressing $4
  • Butter mochi cake $3
  • Beer! Water!

We will do to-gos!

Ippai PDX
Restaurant · Portland, Oregon
A casual and affordable Japanese comfort food pop-up monthly at milk glass mrkt.

Meryenda, a benefit for Eagle Creek Fire Recovery
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

Eagle Creek Fire Recovery Dinner: 10/16, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here:

This dinner is inspired by daytime Filipino snacks known as meryenda. Cooper's Hall will be featuring wines from Viola Wine Cellars. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Eagle Creek Fire recovery efforts.


IRCO Italian Benefit Dinner: 10/22, 7-9pm
Reserve seats here:

Meadowlark PDX hosts an Italian feast to benefit the Immigration and Refugee Community Organization. Join them for this four course dinner with optional wine pairings.

Day of the Dead Celebration and Fundraiser: 10/30, 6:30-pm
Reserve seats here:

Chef Cynthia Vigil prepares a Mexican feast in honor of Day of the Dead. 10% of the proceeds will go toward Pintando Esperanza to help build houses for those affected by the recent earthquake in Mexico City and Morelos.

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here:

The Portland Mercado and chef Karlo Prado, owner of food cart Carlito's Cocina, present a night of Puerto Rican cuisine to benefit victims of Hurricane Maria.

Oct 18
Disability Art and Culture Project's An Evening of Comedy
Curious Comedy Theater, 5225 NE Martin Luther King Jr

The Disability Art and Culture Project (DACP) invites you to attend our upcoming fundraiser!

Advance Tickets: $30, available now through Eventbrite!

Admission is $35 at the door, so make to sure to get your tickets early.

DACP will bring Nina G, the San Francisco Bay Area's favorite female stuttering stand up comedian (granted she is the only one), to Portland for an evening of comedy, and a silent auction!

'Nina G has been challenging attitudes about Disability since she did stand-up for the first time in 2010. “How many people with Disabilities does it take to screw in a light bulb?” Answer: “One to screw it in and 5 able bodied people to say 'You are such an inspiration!"' (Branch). She brings her humor to help people confront and understand social justice issues such as disability, diversity, and equity.

Our fundraiser will support the second biennial Portland ReelAbilities Disability Film Festival. Founded in 2007, ReelAbilities is dedicated to sharing the stories, lives and art of people with disabilities. It consists of award-winning films of the highest cinematic and artistic quality and is hosted in cities across the country. We are excited to bring these films back to Portland in the spring of 2018!

In addition to being a stand up comedian, Nina is also a disability activist, storyteller, children's book author and educator. Learn more about Nina G, her one person show: Going Beyond Inspirational, or purchase Nina's book: Once Upon An Accommodation: A Book About Learning Disabilities

“An Evening of Comedy” Featuring Nina G is made possible by the Northwest Health Foundation.

Learn more about the 2016 Portland ReelAbilities Film Festival, and stay up to date with developments for 2018:

Event photo by Shannon Knight. [Image description: Nina G speaks into a microphone.]

Citation: Branch, Valerie. "Comedian Who Stutters Goes Beyond the Punch Lines." 2014.

Oct 19
Notes from the Riverkeepers Dinner Theater Fundraiser
Tony Starlight Showroom

WHAT: Join us October 19, 2017, for dinner and a performance of Notes from the Riverkeepers, a fantastic music and spoken word journey of the Columbia River by Portland-based artist Holcombe Waller. Proceeds help fight fossil fuel export terminal proposals that threaten the Columbia River.

WHO: Holcombe Waller spent three-months as artist in residency with Columbia Riverkeeper. Notes will feature extemporaneous storytelling and song, incorporating Waller’s own folk, blues, and soul inspired music. He is one of America's most unique voices in music theater.

WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, from 6:00-9:00 pm.

WHERE: Tony Starlight Theater, 1125 SE Madison St, Portland, OR 97214.

TICKETS: ($60/person, $400/table includes dinner and show)

Columbia Riverkeeper
Environmental Conservation Organization · Hood River, Oregon
Columbia Riverkeeper is a non-profit organization working to protect and restore the waters of the Columbia River and all life connected to it, from the headwaters to the Pacific Ocean.

Pa'Puerto Rico-Mexico: Noche d' Galería Charity Event Auction
Trio Club

Latinos Unidos PDX and invite you to help us kick-off a series of events that pay tribute to the disaster-stricken lands that have inspired and shape the talent we bring to the Northwest.

This first event, a night of art; will provide you an opportunity to bid for some of best performers, artists and special event services in town. We will introduce you to the communities we are aiming to support in Mexico and Puerto Rico. We will also have live performances so stay tuned.

Our Mission

Mobilize Portland Oregon's Latino performing and visual artist community to raise funds to aid grassroots efforts at the local level in the Mexico and Puerto Rico.

Our Approach

Event and community organizers from the Portland metro area have united to form a fund-raising and fund-distribution strategy that is built on "la conciencia de la comunidad"; trust through community conscientiousness. During the early stages of organizing there was unanimous agreement that funds would need to reach more isolated communities that have been severely impacted but have received less attention and assistance. Rather than direct funds to larger disaster aid organizations, we decided to build upon the existing network of trust present in our local community to identify allies currently working on the ground to help their communities. 100% will be donated to help those in need. More details coming soon!
Political Organization
Milenio facilitates the involvement of Latinos at all levels of public decision-making and politics in our state of Oregon.

Pdx Latin Awards
Music Award
The Northwest’s premier Latin cultural awards ceremony, honoring the best in local Latin talent in music, dance, fashion and more.

Oct 20
Hullabaloo: JOIN's 25th Anniversary Celebration & Fundraiser
Exchange Ballroom

Help us celebrate JOIN's 25th Anniversary by attending our signature fundraising event! The Hullabaloo is an evening of dinner, drinks, a great show, a silent auction, and lots of other fun! Entertainment includes comedian Alex Falcone, DJ Alex Hollywood, and The Jefferson Dancers.

JOIN: connecting the street to a home
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
JOIN exists to support the efforts of homeless individuals and families to transition off the streets and into permanent housing.

Oct 21
Portland, OR Walk to Feed the Hungry: Buddhist Global Relief
Portland Friends of the Dhamma

Join us at 1:00 PM for a 2 mile walk up the north side of Hawthorne to Cesar Chavez Blvd and back down the south side. We are walking to publicize the efforts of Buddhist Global Relief and raise money to support their efforts to help the hungry around the world!

To Donate, click
you will be taken to the page where you can Register and/or Donate for this event.

NXT LVL presents La Fuerza: a Bori-Mex Benefit
Portland Mercado

NXT LVL PDX + Emilly Prado
LA FUERZA: a Bori-Mex Benefit
Disaster relief for Mexico and Puerto Rico


RITUAL READINGS by TAROT OBSCURO (Stephanie Adams-Santos) - Sliding scale $10-20 for a 15 minute reading with a channeled drawing/blessing you can keep.


  • Cilantro
  • Brown Calculus
  • LuvJonez
  • Casual Aztec (Ana Margarita)
  • more TBD


  • Santee Alley (Kat Salas)
  • Daniel Girón
  • more TBD


  • Intisar Abioto
  • Miss Lopez Media


Portland Mercado
7238 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR 97206
$10-30 sliding scale for entry - CASH ONLY (ATM available)

Inauguration/Fundraiser - OVAZU Foundation
Mekong Bistro
  • Dinner: Multiethnic meals
  • Traditional music by Chata Addy
  • Learn about the story of OVAZU, a harvest festival in Togo
  • Learn how Koffi and Ama got married, 3 times in Togo
  • Cultural show of a traditional wedding in Togo, new weds dressed by N'Kossi, African Fashion Store in Portland, Oregon
  • Auction of cultural items
  • DJ music and dance

Limited seats! Buy tickets
online at or
at N'Kossi, African fashion store, SW 2nd and Stark Portland
or call (503) 863-9539 to get a ticket
Ticket cost is $25 (includes $15 donation for projects) - free for kids under 16 years old.
Tickets will be $30 at the door

You will receive your ticket at the door. We will have the list of the people who purchased tickets in advance and we will reserve your seats.

Ovazu Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 that supports projects including:

  • School fees and supplies for kids in Togo
  • Clean water in villages in Togo
  • Family health support in Togo
  • Arts camp for kids in Portland, Oregon
Women Helping Women Project Dinner (Red Lodge Transition Services)
IBEW Local 48

Red Lodge Transition Services invites you to join us for a fall celebration salmon dinner and art sale, hosted by the IBEW Local #48 whose women electricians helped us rewire our transition center! Original art, art prints, note cards, silent auction, entertainment, Native American drumming, is planned for a fun family evening. Proceeds from the event will help us purchase a heat pump and complete other weatherization projects for the Red Lodge Transition Center for Women, located in Clackamas County.

Red Lodge
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
Red Lodge Transition Services is a non-profit grass roots organization supported by volunteers who work with women and men in prison.

Oct 22
Crazywise Screening & Fundraiser hosted by Mental Health Providers Unite!
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton

Mental Health Providers Unite! is hosting a fundraiser and screening of Crazy Wise. All funds raised will go to counseling scholarships for POC, immigrant, queer, and trans community members. MHPU! is partnering with community groups to provide scholarships. Following the movie, a panel will discuss the movie and various intersections of mental health as they impact our community.

$7-10 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds

Come out to view this dynamic film, engage in discussion, and contribute to counseling scholarships!

Hope to see you there!

Mental Health Providers Unite! (MHPU!) organizes at the intersections of mental health and injustice to challenge systems of oppression. MHPU! is currently providing emotional support at protests/actions and organizes provider and community support groups in Portland.

To learn more about MHPU!


What if a psychological crisis was seen as having the potential to be a positive transformative experience, instead of a “broken brain”?

Human-rights photographer Phil Borges witnessed how indigenous cultures around the world often identify “psychotic” symptoms as an indicator of shamanic potential.

Back in the US, Phil follows two young Americans diagnosed with “mental illness.” Adam, 27, suffers devastating side effects from medications before embracing meditation. Ekhaya, 32, survives several suicide attempts before spiritual training to become a traditional South African healer.

CRAZYWISE introduces mental health professionals and psychiatric survivors who see a psychological crisis as a potential growth experience, not a disease.

Red Sauce Italian Benefit Dinner for IRCO
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

IRCO Italian Benefit Dinner: 10/22, 7-9pm
Reserve seats here:

Meadowlark PDX hosts an Italian feast to benefit the Immigration and Refugee Community Organization. Join them for this four course dinner with optional wine pairings.

Future Events

Day of the Dead Celebration and Fundraiser: 10/30, 6:30-pm
Reserve seats here:

Chef Cynthia Vigil prepares a Mexican feast in honor of Day of the Dead. 10% of the proceeds will go toward Pintando Esperanza to help build houses for those affected by the recent earthquake in Mexico City and Morelos.

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here:

The Portland Mercado and chef Karlo Prado, owner of food cart Carlito's Cocina, present a night of Puerto Rican cuisine to benefit victims of Hurricane Maria.

Oct 23
Portland Backpack fundraiser at the Oregon Public House
The Oregon Public House

Eat Here and Oregon Public House will give us a % of the proceeds to go toward buying food for children who are at risk of hunger on the weekends. Do you have an office that wants to eat here for lunch? Do you have friends to invite to join you for dinner? Good food with a mission. We are also hosting Cheers and Beers for Backpack upstairs in the Village Ballroom from 4-8pm. Beer tasting!


Portland Backpack
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
During the 2016-2017 school year we distributed over 16,000 meals for the weekend to 228 low-income schoolchildren at three Portland Public School locations.

Cheers and Beers for Backpack!
Village Ballroom, 700 NE Dekum

Find your signature beer.

Participate in an individual or group beer consultation and find the beer of your dreams! <3

Over 25 beers will be available from local breweries; Breakside, Gigantic and more.

One $10.00 ticket will buy you tastes of 4 beers. Or you can choose one taste and one glass.

Food is available from The Oregon Public House. We are the Charity of the Day and will get a % of all food sales. Come for dinner and taste some great new beers!

This is a fundraiser event for Portland Backpack and donations will be graciously accepted. Invite your friends to eat and drink and at the same time, provide food for children at risk of hunger.

Time for Cheers and Beers for Backpack!

Portland Backpack
Nonprofit Organization · Portland, Oregon
During the 2016-2017 school year we distributed over 16,000 meals for the weekend to 228 low-income schoolchildren at three Portland Public School locations.

Revolution Comedy Presents: Stand Up to Literally Save the World
Curious Comedy Theater, 5225 NE Martin Luther King Jr

Revolution Comedy is a monthly fundraiser series fueled by the power of stand up comedy and hosted by Portland's funniest rabble rouser, Andie Main!

Ok friends buckle up, this last news cycle has been beyond tragic. In Oregon we lost The Gorge, In Puerto Rico they lost everything, and in Las Vegas people lost even more. I was torn about how to approach my show this month, so I've decided to try something new and support three different causes all at once. You can chose who to donate to at our show, and how much.

We normally charge $15 for the show and support our amazing causes in the cost of that ticket, but we will be able to get your cash to work faster by giving directly to the source via Donation Stations, and you can chose to help however you see fit with these featured organizations:

If you are super stressed about The Gorge and habitat restoration, why don't ya donate to EarthShare Oregon? Throughout Oregon and southwest Washington, EarthShare Oregon has engaged thousands of people and raised millions of dollars to support Oregon’s environmental legacy of clean water, fresh food, sustainable communities, healthy families, and access to nature.

If you want to donate to Puerto Rico we will be collecting for funds for American Black Cross. The American Black Cross (ABC) is a grassroots organization of volunteers that directly engages in rescues, provides relief and actively rebuilds communities in distress.

Or if you'd like to donate to help the victims of the tragedy in Las Vegas, we will be also be accepting donations for their GoFundMe

We also appreciate you bringing tips to support the artists who are donating their time to perform for you and oh my god do we have a dynamic line up for you to feast on! We've got headliner Susan Rice, with support from Cori Lucas, Dan Weber and more surprises to come!

Curious Comedy Theater is located at 5225 NE MLK

Doors at 6:00, show starts at 7:00, and ends by 8:30pm

All ages! Wheelchair accessible! Gender neutral bathrooms!

Subject matter may be offensive to certain people, but we never tolerate hate speech.

Sponsored by the sweetie pies at Portland Mercury and Lagunitas Brewery!

Oct 25
Support Oregon's Environment feat. MC Radiation
The Waypost

Join us for a happy hour fundraiser to support the work of EarthShare Oregon and the Oregon Chapter, Sierra Club!

Suggested donation of $10 at the door. Your first drink is on us (thanks to a generous contribution by State Senator Michael Dembrow!).

Co-Hosts are Logan Gilles and Billy Don Robinson.

The evening will feature a rap performance by MC Radiation (aka Logan Gilles), as well as remarks by Renea Perry of NAYA's Oregon LEAD Program.

We will have silent auction items, including a free massage and a free photography session. Absolutely NO long boring speeches!!!

Reasons to attend:

1) You care about the environment and want to support two organizations working to make our corner of the world a better place.

2) You've never seen Logan rap before and want to catch this rare performance.

3) You like hanging out with good people who care about stuff.

4) Make up your own reason, there are so many!

Thanks for all your support, and we look forward to seeing you on the 25th!

Oct 26
Causa's American Dreamer Awards
PSU Smith Center

On Thursday October 26, 2017, Causa will hold its annual gala at the Portland State University Ballroom. We will honor individuals and organizations with the American Dreamer Award for supporting Oregon’s Latino immigrant community in reaching the American Dream of equality and opportunity.

Proceeds of the gala benefit Causa’s work to improve the lives of Latino immigrants and their families in Oregon. Causa envisions a community that welcomes the contributions, strengths, and assets of Latino immigrants. We do this by working with immigrants and their families through coalition building, leadership development, civic engagement, and advocacy at the state and national level.

Get your tickets here:

Note: Tickets are purchased through PSU, you'll be prompted to login in. If this is your first time making a purchase to PSU, you'll need to create an account under "General Public". For questions or support, please contact us at

Oct 28
Food for the Soul: a concert benefiting Potluck in the Park
Tiffany Center

Join us for a special event, “Food for the Soul”, an evening of food, music, and fun benefiting Potluck in the Park. The show is scheduled for Saturday, October 28 at the historic Tiffany Center. The night includes performances from Tom Grant, his band, and premiere Pacific Northwest vocalists including Haley Johnsen, Marilyn Keller, Alyssa Schwary, Norman Sylvester, and Michele Van Kleef.

The doors open at 6 p.m. The evening includes cocktails, dinner, and 3 sets of music. Visit the event website for more details and to purchase tickets. We hope you will join us for this very special evening.

Potluck in the Park is an organization that has provided a hot meal to those in need in Portland every Sunday for over 25 years. The organization is staffed entirely by volunteers.

Oct 30
Day of the Dead Celebration and Mexican Earthquake Fundraiser
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

Day of the Dead Celebration and Fundraiser: 10/30, 6:30-pm
Reserve seats here:

Dia de Muertos is when we celebrate the life of the ones we love, by cooking their favorite food, drinking their favorite drink and offering that on an altar, we guide them with the light of candles and the scent of incense to guide them and be with us for one night.

Also, 10% of the total sales will be donated to Pintando Esperanza (Painting Hope) to help build houses for those who lost everything on the 9/19 earthquake in Mexico City and Morelos


Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here:

The Portland Mercado and chef Karlo Prado, owner of food cart Carlito's Cocina, present a night of Puerto Rican cuisine to benefit victims of Hurricane Maria.

Nov 8
Pathway 1000 Launch Celebration
Oregon Public House

PCRI is hosting the Pathway 1000 Launch Celebration to raise funds for our Pathway 1000 Initiative. The purpose is to restore involuntary displacement by building 80 homes per year, over the next ten years, totaling 800 homes for purchase and 200 rentals in north and northeast Portland.

We will have live music, poetry, a short presentation on Pathway 1000, dancing, photos, etc. Please come out and support our initiative!

Nov 9
Eat It Maria! A Dinner for Hurricane Relief
SE Portland - buy tickets for details

Eating is great....but eating for a cause is better! Our community of chefs is active in creating unique dining experiences for good. Check out this list of benefit pop-ups around Portland.

Puerto Rican Benefit Dinner: 11/9, 6-8pm
Reserve seats here:

Karlo Prado is the owner of Carlito's Cocina, Portland Mercado's newest food cart. His soulful Puerto Rican cuisine has found its way onto the Oregonian's and Eater's list of best carts in Portland. A nomadic chef, Karlo has been cooking in kitchens across America for 20 years before landing here in Oregon. His "Eat It Maria!" dinner is an elevated extension of the food he prepares daily, rich with bold flavors and lots of love with a portion of proceeds going to support Hurricane Maria relief.